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. >> and a volcano erupted and we'll tell you where and what it looks like. governor rick perry is calling the damage incomprehensible. and the incredible devastation hit hard by the tornados and get the forecast from janice dean who said more trouble is on the way. stay with us. [ female announcer ] doctors trust calcium plus vitamin d to support strong bones. and the brand most recommended by... my doctor. my gynecologist. my pharmacist. citracal. citracal. [ female announcer ] you trust your doctor. doctors trust citracal. [ female announcer ] you trust your doctor. so you can capture your receipts, ink for all business purchases. and manage them online with jot, the latest app from ink. so you can spend less time doing paperwork. and more time doing paperwork. ink from chase. so you can. what's good for the pot... is even better for the cup. new single serve cafe collections from maxwell house. now available for use in the keurig k-cup brewer. always good to the last drop. resulting in unexpected power and agility. experience the adventurous, all-powerful gator rsx850i. sixty-two horsepower, a fu
to start letting residents back in to survey the damage. governor rick perry describes the scene is almost incomprehensible. >> i was praying. it was awful. this was a scary is filling. i was worried about my children. >> there are no houses where normally houses are at. there is a car in the water tower. >> it is terrible. the entire community was wiped out. >> officials there are warning residents to be on a lookout for people who may be trying to scam them. >> president obama says that washington's recent focus on politics is misplaced. he is using hiss plead for more efforts to expand the middle-class. >> the way i sick, there are three areas where we need to focus. one: making america a magnet for good jobs. to: making sure our workers have the education and skills they need to do those jobs. and 3: making sure your hard work leads to a decent living. >> this week's republican address criticized the president's health-care law. maryland congressman andy harris said obama care would raise insurance rates for average americans. he also believes it will cost jobs across the country. >>
the missing have been six. governor rick perry will visit the affected areas later this afternoon. rene marsh joins us from hard-hit grandbury, texas, to clean up. >> bethesda neighbor with dozens of habitat for humanity homes boarded several hot homes waiting to your seat for their home. >> there's nothing mayor trees cars and trees there's a tree and a water tower. >> reporter: >> they will be we will be working with the habitat families with all other families. >> reporter: 16 tornadoes tore through texas wednesday night, patricia rolled out the storm broke up the tornado with her family in a bathtub. >> it was the scariest billing i was, i was worried about my children (crying) >> the one little girl, all her teeth were knocked belt and the other girl had bone sticking out of her late with a gash in hassan. >> reporter: cannot make it to the hospital because of downed trees and power lines in and caring in a caring the victim's to a different side. renee marsh kron 4 news. >> catherine: australian police say they can't believe how nonchalant this man was. as he calmly walked out of this b
're yelling at us to move on. let's do and talk texas. governor rick perry is headed to granbury where six people were killed. many are still missing. more than 100 homes were damaged or destroyed after that tornado on wednesday. let's head to the fox weather center. rick reichmuth muth joins us. so the plains and midwest here on alert over the weekend? >> did you like that if. melissa: yeah, i did. that was neat. my kids would have loved that. >> hard for me to talk. you would have to talk more cyprus if we kept that up very long. here you go. guys, this is what is left of it. put it into motion. a few isolated storms we'll deal with. nothing that will be big severe weather. this however, is a new storm pulling across areas of the west and that will make big changes. we've not had real many tornados. it has been a quiet season. the column, that is averages. you see the reds. we've been really low. all that is about to change. dew points are high. numbers in the 70s. that is incredibly hot and humid or humid i should say. very sticky conditions. we haven't seen these dewpoint numbers this
, will be allowed to survey damage today, one day after governor rick perry toured the area. this weekend, 35 million americans are in the path of potentially dangerous storms. dylan dreyer is tracking the weather for us. >> d >>> today could be the start of a severe weather outbreak. the moisture streaming in off the gulf of mexico. that puts dewpoint in the low to mid 70s, unstable air combines with the energy to the west of the cold front and could spawn some very strong storms as we go through this afternoon and this evening. in orange there from nebraska, right down into oklahoma, that is the area we could see some strong tornadoes, later on this evening. elsewhere in red, we could be dealing with large hail, also some damaging wind gusts, right now, we have some very strong storms, not severe, but strong storms moving through alabama and through georgia, just south of atlanta and up across minneapolis and back into south dakota. we have heavy downpours, frequent cloud to ground lightning and potential for strong, gusty winds. that's not the severe weather we'll see today. back through p
it comes to terrorism in this country. >> to borrow a phrase from governor rick perry, oops, here we go again. this is the gang that can't shoot straight. this is the gang that turned thousands of weapons over to mexican drug lords that resulted in the murder of border agent brian terry. you know, if they can't keep up with two terrorist suspects that they have in custody, then, you know, these are people that couldn't organize a two car funeral. come on. this is unbelievable that they just throw up their hands and say well, you know, we are just doing the west we can. well, that's not good enough. with the money we are paying for government and they want to raise taxes and charge us more, we are getting less and less? again, it's incompetence. but it's also a sense of arrogance, which i'm not sure which one is the worse. >> alisyn: by the way i think you were quoting brittany spears and not -- oops i did it again. >> probably so. >> he we will be back. hypocrisy alert. why is washington typing oil companies which protected birds are killed by giving tax breaks to wind farms that killed
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